Filip Jugrenich is leaving FC Lucerne and moving to Young Boys. This was announced by central Switzerland on Tuesday afternoon. Transfer fee is unknown. A silence over the transfer proceedings was agreed, Lucerne informed.
YB announces the conversion after only a few minutes. Bernays announced that Jögrink has signed until 2026.
“We would like to thank Philip for his commitment and services over the past few years,” FCL Sports Director Remo Meyer said in the media statement. “It was our goal to continue to rely on Philip’s services, but we accept his desire to make this move. It should also be noted that BSC YB was ready to meet the corresponding demands of FC Luzern.
“It’s hard for me to leave my team, but I still want to take the next step in my career,” Jugrenich says of moving to Bern. The midfielder was quoted by the media as follows: “I am convinced that I am in the right place in Bern to be able to take the next steps in my career. I would like to help YB to build on the successes of recent years.”
Christoph Speicher says: “It is impressive how Philip Jugrenck has developed in recent years. We are delighted that one of the most desirable players in the Super League has chosen YB. (…) We are planning him for an outside position in midfield, but thanks to his diverse skills It can also cause unpredictability in other positions.”
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